Directors: Wayne Wang, Paul Auster
Cast: Harvey Keitel, William Hurt, Giancarlo Esposito
Germany, USA, Japan; 112’, 1995, color
English with Turkish subtitles
A film about time, place and transience from writer Paul Auster and director Wayne Wang. Auggie Wren (Harvey Keitel) runs a tobacconist on an intersection in Brooklyn, providing a haven from the hustle and flow for his coterie of peculiar customers. Every morning he takes a photograph from the same spot outside. Every day a network of strangers grows more familiar. Every night Tom Waits reminds us, ‘You’re innocent when ya dream’. A Jarmuschian treat for fans of Auster, Waits and photography.
Organized in collaboration with the Giacometti Foundation, Paris, the exhibition explores Giacometti’s prolific life, most of which the artist led in his studio in Montparnasse, through the works of his early period as well his late work, including one unfinished piece. Devoted to Giacometti’s early works, the first part of the exhibition demonstrates the influence of Giovanni Giacometti, the father of the artist and a Swiss Post-Impressionist painter himself, on Giacometti’s output during these years and his role in his son’s development.
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